A memorial of a Derbyshire woman killed in a landslide in Dorset is to be unveiled.
The funeral of Charlotte Blackman from Derbyshire, who was killed in a landslide in Dorset took place yesterday.
Emotional tributes have been paid to 22-year-old Charlotte Blackman described as a ‘lively, fun-loving woman’
Charlotte Blackman's funeral cortège arrives at Bramcote crematorium.
Mourners today wore flowers in memory of her.
She was killed last month when 400 tons of rock collapsed during a landslide on a Dorset beach.
Mourners at the funeral of Charlotte Blackman wear flowers in memory of her.
The 22-year-old Derbyshire woman who died following a landslide in Dorset often wore flowers in her hair.
Mourners have gathered at the funeral of Charlotte Blackman, who died following a landslide in Dorset.
An report from the British Geological Survey has shown that the landslide that killed Charlotte Blackman from Heanor in Derbyshire was caused by a number of factors, including the recent wet weather.
The Landslide Response Team visited the site in Dorset and found that fractures in the rock, from coastal erosion and bad weather, had undermined the cliff.
– Dr Helen Reeves, Head of the Landslide Response Team at the BGS
“For this time of year, there have been an unusually large number of landslide events. This is reflected in the BGS National Landslide Database records which show 13 similar events have occurred in the past month. This is more than 10 times what might normally be expected at this time of year”.
Tributes have been paid to a young woman who died after being buried under hundreds of tonnes of rocks following a massive landslip.
Charlotte Blackman from Heanor in Derbyshire was walking along a stretch of beach in Dorset when a cliff above her collapsed.
Emergency crews spent all day yesterday trying to find the 22 year old. But last night the search was called off after her body was found beneath the rocks.
The Coroner has opened and adjourned the inquest into the death of Charlotte Anne Blackman, the 22-year-old from Derbyshire who was killed when part of a 160ft-high cliff collapsed in Dorset.
Dorset Fire And Rescue Service has described yesterday's operation to locate the Derbyshire woman buried in the rubble on the beach at Burton Bradstock as an extremely difficult operation.
Speaking at a press conference, a spokesman said that they had always hoped to find her alive, and are deeply saddened by the loss.
Family liaison officers are with the relatives of the woman who was confirmed by her uncle as 22 year old Charlotte Blackman. She was on holiday from Derbyshire with her boyfriend, younger brother and father.